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04-15-2009, 02:12 PM
محمد فرح
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Re: Africom’s covert war in Sudan (Re: محمد فرح)

    The man for a new Sudan
    The pivotal intelligence asset working on the ground in Sudan to destabilize and overthrow the Government of Sudan (GoS) is Roger Winter - profiled very disingenuously in the seven-page New York Times Magazine feature story of June 15, 2008.
    Interestingly, “The Man for a New Sudan” story - an establishment whitewash of the involvement of the U.S. military-intelligence establishment in Sudan - was written by Eliza Griswold, a “fellow” with the New America Foundation, a left-leaning think tank and pressure group with a very confused ideological but nationalist-militaristic position. (The NAF is obviously dependent on U.S. foundation funding, and it reveals no apparent policy formulations of substance on the Great Lakes or Horn of Africa, conflicts on which they remain completely silent).
    “When Roger Winter’s single-engine Cessna Caravan touched down near the Sudanese town of Abyei on Easter morning, a crowd of desperate men swamped the plane,” Griswold wrote. “Some came running over the rough red airstrip. Others crammed into a microbus that barreled toward the 65-year-old Winter as he climbed down the plane’s silver ladder. Some Sudanese call Winter ‘uncle’; others call him ‘commander.’”
    Winter’s special post at the State Department was created specifically for him and his “work” in Sudan. Why do Sudanese people in South Sudan call Roger Winter “commander”?
    Roger Winter is the primary conduit for the ongoing covert destabilization of Sudan. His operations are run primarily out of Uganda, with the terrorist government of Yoweri Museveni providing support through the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) alliance with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA).
    The SPLA is the de facto backbone of the Sudan Liberation Army, one of the main so-called “rebel” factions involved in Darfur; the Pentagon provides military and logistics support to the SPLA via Uganda through unknown channels, but most likely involving the nearby Pentagon client states of Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Chad and Eritrea.
    The primary Ugandan agents supporting the U.S. war in Darfur have always been, and remain, Brigadier Gen. James Kazini, a nephew of Ugandan dictator Museveni and the chief of staff of the Ugandan People’s Defense Forces (UPDF); Gen. Salim Saleh, half-brother of Museveni; and President Yoweri Museveni himself.
    One of the main protagonists in the Darfur conflict is the current military regime in Rwanda, whose troops have been involved in Darfur under the guise of an “independent” and “peacekeeping” operation under the African Union “peacekeeping” umbrella - backed by NATO and private military companies.
    Little known and widely misunderstood is the role of the United States and its proxies, the UPDF and the RPA, in committing massive crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide during the Rwandan conflagration, 1990 to 1994. Prior to the RPA invasion of Rwanda (from Uganda) in October 1990, the RPA and Rwandan Tutsi Diaspora had publications like Impuruza, published in the United States between 1984 and 1994 - when the RPA achieved the coup d’etat against Rwandan President Habyarimana.
    Tutsi refugees joined Roger Winter, who was at the time the director of the United States Committee for Refugees, to help fund the publication. The editor, Alexander Kimenyi, is a Rwandan national and a professor at California State University. Like most RPA publications, Impuruza circulated clandestinely in Rwanda amongst Hutu and Tutsi elite and it peddled a genocidal ideology against Hutu people.
    The Association of Banyarwanda in Diaspora USA, assisted by Roger Winter, organized the International Conference on the Status of Banyarwanda (Tutsi) Refugees in Washington, D.C., in 1988, and this is where a military solution to the Tutsi problem was chosen. The U.S. Committee for Refugees reportedly provided accommodation and transportation.
                  

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